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After the November holiday, students will not return to campus in an effort to avoid spreading the coronavirus. more
While a panel of the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals put one federal judge's ruling on hold, the Texas Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a separate case aimed at limiting mail-in voting. more
Although her final season in a Sealy uniform was cut short, Lady Tiger senior golfer Maddie Goad already knew there would be more golf in her future and that was made official last Friday, May 15, at a signing ceremony at the Goad household. more
Sealy senior Zoee Jeffrey played her final game in a Sealy Tiger uniform without even realizing it. more
Due to the new coronavirus pandemic shutting down in-person schooling after spring break, end-of-the-year award nights continued on the Sealy ISD YouTube channel, honoring teachers of the year, retirees and service awards. more
As part of Tex. Gov. Greg Abbott’s reopening plans in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, high schools in rural counties with five or fewer active cases are allowed to hold socially distant outdoor graduation ceremonies in the final two weeks of May and Sealy High School’s will be the first in Austin County this Friday. more
Many reentry services offered to those leaving incarceration — like help with housing and employment — have moved online or been halted since the new coronavirus hit the state. more
District Judge Fred Biery granted a preliminary injunction that allows all registered voters under 65 to apply to vote by mail during the coronavirus pandemic after finding the state's existing election rules violate the Equal Protection Clause. more
Among the businesses reopening are day and overnight youth camps, professional sports without spectators and massage services. more
As 2020 college graduates prepare to enter the workforce, they are having to contend with a historic economic recession. Experts say those who do get jobs in the recession may accept lower wages and salaries than they’d have otherwise settled for. more
Unemployment has disproportionately affected renters since the crisis began. Advocates fear displacement and an increase in homelessness. more
The Texas Workforce Commission had finally lined up enough federal money to move the system — built in the 1990s — to the cloud. But before that happened, nearly 2 million suddenly unemployed Texans overwhelmed the old system. more
Child care opens immediately, bars can open Friday and sports will be allowed to return at the end of the month, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday. more
On Monday morning, Austin County Judge Tim Lapham announced the twentieth case of COVID-19 in the county although he said at least 10 of those are considered recovered. more
Gov. Greg Abbott says the cases were detected by targeted testing at meatpacking plants. more
The state Supreme Court's order comes one day after a state appeals court had allowed the expansion to stand while a legal case was appealed. more
Among the 311 nursing homes with positive cases, there have been 3,011 residents infected. At assisted living facilities, nearly 400 residents have tested positive. At least 585 residents from both kinds of facilities have died. more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham announced the eighteenth case of COVID-19 in Austin County Friday afternoon but reiterated that won’t affect the reopening plans set forth by Tex. Gov. Greg Abbott. more
Ken Paxton, a Republican, wants the state's highest civil court to tell five counties — all under Democratic control — to follow his interpretation that fear of contracting the coronavirus isn't a legally valid reason for voters to request absentee ballots. more
State health officials say the JBS Beef plant rejected its efforts to test all employees. The company switched gears Wednesday afternoon after the Tribune reported on the lack of testing at a plant tied to a rapidly growing cluster of coronavirus cases. more
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